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at the board meeting. >> host: you talk about the next year in government, and there's an election coming up. this airs before the next election. would you favor any changes november 6th? >> guest: without talking about whether i'd prefer one president over the other, i do favor changes. it's been a very for thing year, a frustrating time, not just a year, several years here where our policies are short term oriented, making long term decisions. i had a meeting with the team yesterday making investment decisions, and these are 10-20 year type investments, but we live in a country that has tax policy that maybe has a six month --├▒hr look forward six mos and say we know big things happen on 12-31, and this fiscal cliff is something we're going to talk about. we're very, very worried about it, and so what i'm hopeful, regardless of who wins, that we find a way in this country to have better discourse between both parties so that we can make progress. in the board room, we don't have the luck try -- luxury to sit there without making a conclusion. we have to make decisions on investing our shar
the election. how will you assess the current administration, the current congress and would you favor any changes november 6? >> without talking about whether i'd prefer one president over the other, i do favor changes. it's been a very frustrating year. it's been a frustrating time, not just the year, several years here where our policies seem to be more short-term oriented while we're making long-term decisions. i had a meeting with my team where we had to make investment decisions and these are ten to twenty year investments yet we're living in a country that has tax policy that has six months, we can look forward six months. we know big things are going to happen 2031. and this fiscal cliff is something we're going to talk about. we're very very worried about it. so i'm hopeful regardless of who wins that we find a way in this country to have better discourse in this country so we can make progress. in the board room we don't have the luxury to walk out without a conclusion. we've got to make decisions about how to invest our shareholders money and for the good of our consumers and ou
meeting. >>st well, jeff gardner, we talked about the board meeting, in the will air before the election. how would you assess the current administration, the current congress, and would you favor any changes november 6th? >> guest: without talking about whether i'd prefer one president over the other, um, i do favor changes. it's been a very frustrating year. it's been a frustrating time, not just a year. several years here where our policies seem to be more short-term oriented while we're making long-term decisions. i had a meeting with my team yesterday where we had to make investment decisions, and these are, these are 10 to 20-year type investments, yet we're live anything if a country that has tax policy that maybe has a six month, we can look forward six months and say we know big things are going to happen on 12/31. and this fiscal cliff we're headed toward is also something we're going to talk about. we're very, very worried about it. and so what i'm hopeful regardless of who wins, that we find a way in this country to have better discourse between both parties so that we can ma
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